Baycox Coccidiocide for Pigs and Cattle Effectively Controls Coccidiosis
For the control of coccidiosis in neonatal piglets caused by Isopora suis, and in cattle up to 9 months of age caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii
Effective in one dose because it attacks all stages of the parasite in the animal
Effective in both piglets and cattle
Convenient single oral dose for easy administration – follow up treatment is normally not necessary
Kills all coccidia development stages
Long acting to suppress oocyst excretion over 42 days
Effectiveness is independent of the severity of the infection
Does not harm natural immunity development
Both curative and preventative to ensure production of high value replacements
Extended shelf life
Controls coccidiosis caused by Isopora suis infection of young piglets.
Isopora suis infection is a major cause of diarrhoea, dehydration, loss of appetite, poor growth, and occasional mortality in piglets between birth and 3-4 weeks of age
Treats clinical coccidiosis and aids in the prevention of coccidiosis in cattle up to 9 months of age.
Controls coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii in young cattle.
Coccidiosis typically occurs in cattle less than a year-old causing diarrhoea which is often blood stained.
Weaned calves are susceptible to outbreaks of clinical disease
Active Constituent: Toltrazuril 50g/L
Do not Re-treat calves for 75 days after the last treatment
Do not treat piglets later than 8 days of age
Always wear gloves when handling this product
Dosage and Administration
Shake container before use
Give by mouth
Treat at 3-6 days
Treat at onset of coccidial diarrhoea. Treat all piglets in infected litters and all infected and ‘at risk’ litters in the farrowing house
3ml per 10kg body weight
In the case of history of coccidiosis on farm, treat 1 week before expected onset clinical signs. For prevention of coccidiosis in recently weaned calves, treat at weaning time when milk feeding ceases
Treat at onset of diagnosed clinical signs
MEAT (Pigs): Do not use less than 70 days before slaughter for human consumption
MEAT (Cattle): Do not use less than 56 days before slaughter for human consumption
MILK (Cattle): Do not use in lactating or pregnant cows where milk or milk products may be used for human consumption
In the case of diarrhoea in neonatal piglets, obtain a veterinary diagnosis of coccidiosis before using this product
Clinical coccidiosis of piglets appears in piglets from 5-30 days of age
Control of the disease is most effective when this product is given as a preventive before intestinal damage occurs and diarrhoea begins
In the case of diarrhoea in calves, obtain a veterinary diagnosis of coccidiosis before using this product
Early treatment of calves as soon as the diagnosis is obtained will prevent further intestinal damage in affected animals and prevent infection of the herd
To obtain maximum benefit on farms with a history of coccidiosis, this product should be given approximately 1 week before expected onset of clinical signs
Treatment of newly weaned calves at the time of milk withdrawal will control coccidiosis associated with weaning
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